Dun Laoghaire showcases best of Ireland and Europe
Austria’s Isabella Holpfer broke some Irish hearts when she made a par four at the first extra hole to deny Castletroy’s Chloe Ryan and claim the Irish Women’s Open Strokeplay title at magnificent Dun Laoghaire.
McSherry tied for lead in Irish Women's Open at Dun Laoghaire
Lurgan’s Niamh McSherry and Austria's Isabella Holpfer lead the Irish Women's Open Strokeplay by three strokes from Castletroy's Chloe Ryan and England's Sophie Lamb going into Sunday's final round at Dun Laoghaire.
Meghan MacLaren (England) with the 2013 Irish Open Strokeplay Championship trophy after her victory at Castle. Picture by Pat CashmanLisburn’s Paula Grant produced a stunning final round charge but came up one short as England’s Meghan MacLaren claimed the Irish Women’s Amateur Open Strokeplay Championship at Castle.
Meghan Maclaren shot a one under 71 to lead after the first round of the Irish Women’s Amateur Open at Castle.Irish Intervarsity champion Paula Grant is the nearest home challenger to England’s Meghan MacLaren entering the final round of the Irish Women’s Amateur Open Strokeplay at Castle.
Olivia Mehaffey is one of the leading home hopes in this weekend’s Irish Women’s Open Strokeplay at Castle GC. Picture by Pat Cashman Irish women’s golf is set for take off over the next few years with the likes of world amateur No 6 Stephanie Meadow and the Maguire twins Lisa and Leona tipped for big things when they inevitably take the plunge into the professional ranks
Gillian O’Leary leads the Irish Women’s Open Strokeplay at the IslandCork’s Gillian O’Leary added a 77 to her opening 79 to lead the Irish Women’s Open Amateur Strokeplay by one stroke going into Sunday’s final round at The Island Golf Club, writes the ILGU.